Certified Pre-Owned 2019 DodgeChallenger R/T

  • VIN: 2C3CDZBT4KH531931
  • Stock: 18084PG
 
Odometer
14,373 miles
Fuel Economy
15.0/23.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
White
Interior Color
Other
Body
Coupe
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine
5.7L V-8 cyl
Dodge Challenger
  • Certified
  • Carfax One Owner

Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Perimeter/approach lights

Standard Specifications

Dealer Notes

PRIOR RENTAL It was a minor player in the dawn of the pony car era, but as Dodge rolls into its second century, the Challenger looms as a powerful presence, upstaging Ford's Mustang and the Chevy Camaro with a potent array of engines, including one that packs the biggest kick of all. The power lineup starts with 305 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 that propels the basic Challenger SXT, and now includes the new Hellcat V8, a supercharged 6.2-liter variant of Chrysler's naturally aspirated 6.4-liter V8. It's rated for a prodigious 707 horsepower, the most powerful passenger car engine ever offered by Chrysler and also the most powerful in the contemporary pony car corral. Engine options for the rest of the Dodge Challenger are heavy hitters in their own right: a 5.7-liter Hemi (372 hp) and the 6.4-liter Hemi, aka the 392 (485 hp). Chrysler's 8-speed automatic transmission is available across the board. It's the only transmission offered with the basic SXT model, while a 6-speed manual is available with most of the V8s. The sheetmetal surrounding all this power is readily apparent that it is faithful to the original Challenger styling, and that continues to be true of the redesign. While the exterior maintains close ties to the early '70s, the interior is a blend of retro design and contemporary technology. There are 14 different interior package choices. Highlights under this heading include a new 7-inch TFT cluster nestled between the tachometer and speedometer with programmable information via Dodge's Performance Pages feature; a new 8.4-inch touchscreen option with Chrysler's U-Connect telematics; driver selectable operating modes; a variety of performance tracking features; and a new rearview camera. An S3 card slot, auxiliary audio input and USB outlet are integrated into a new media hub housed in the center armrest. The front seats have been redesigned, with upholstery choices ranging from cloth to Nappa leather, and the option of heating and cooling for those clad with hides. There's also a performance seat option with heftier thigh and torso bolstering for the front buckets. Dodge claims more rear-seat legroom for the Challenger versus Mustang and Camaro, but this distinction seems academic. Essentially a two-door version of the Charger sedan, the Challenger is a big car by pony standards, and it's heavy, most models weighing more than two tons. The SRT and Dodge chassis engineers have done a commendable job of tuning the suspension to manage the mass, and the brake packages seem equal to arresting it from high speeds with minimal drama and zero fade. And of course 707 hp can do wonders when it comes to minimizing mass, an original pony car theory that still applies. The Challenger SXT comes with a 305-hp V6 with dual exhausts. Standard features include dual zone auto climate control, 7-inch TFT configurable instrument display, UConnect infotainment via 5-inch color touch screen display, 6-speaker audio with AM/FM/Bluetooth, media hub with SD card, USB inputs, keyless remote entry, push-button starting, leather-wrapped tilt/telescope steering wheel with auxiliary controls, leather-wrapped shifter 12-volt outlet, LED-illuminated cup holders, LED front map lamps and rear reading lamps, 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, all-season performance tires, quad projector beam headlamps with LED halos, power bulge hood with twin air intakes, power body-color folding side mirrors. Challenger SXT Plus adds 276-watt audio, Uconnect telematics with 8.4-inch color touchscreen display, rear park assist, rearview camera, Nappa leather seats, heated and ventilated front, heated steering wheel with power tilt/telescope, 20-inch polished aluminum alloy wheels, performance suspension, upgraded brakes, projector fog lamps, rear decklid spoiler. Challenger R/T features 375-hp 5.7-liter Hemi pushrod V8, 6-speed manual transmission, 3.90:1 limited slip rear differential, performance exhaust Challenger R/T Plus upgrades to 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, Nappa leather, heated/ventilated front seats, power tilt/telescope steering column, Uconnect with 8.4-inch color touchscreen, rear park assist, rearview camera, 276-watt audio. Challenger Hemi Scat Pack upgrades with the 485-hp 6.4-liter Hemi pushrod V8, performance suspension, active stainless steel dual exhaust. Challenger SRT Hellcat features the 707-hp supercharged 6.2-liter V8, aluminum power bulge hood with center air intake and dual air extractors, Drive Modes performance pre-select programs, differentiated key fobs. The Challenger SRT Demon though Zero to 60 mph in 2.1 seconds, Zero to 100 mph in 5.1 seconds. Quarter mile in 9.65 seconds and 140 mph. It is not just a gutted-out drag racing special. Features such as the front passenger seat, the rear seats, and a stereo system with either the base stereo system or the 18 speakers option, are usually included, but in some cases the Demon is built without these as ordered and optioned specifically for a particular buyer. Once customers purchase, they will get a personalized leather-bound manual to record track runs. At 4,250 pounds and with body flares and stronger parts, it is a wider and heavier version of the Challenger. It has smaller brakes and hollow anti-roll bars, no carpeting and only the drivers seat, and a basic two-speaker stereo. When in Drag Mode, the Challenger SRT Demon interior air conditioning system is diverted to chill the engines charge air cooling system. The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is the first-ever, factory production car with a liquid-to-air charge air cooler chiller system. This exclusive performance feature enables the Challenger SRT Demon to achieve charge air induction temperatures previously unattainable by pressure-charged street-legal production vehicles, enough to make the engine perform like it is running in the cold Alaskan air, even after a day of runs down the strip on a hot summer day. The customer can order a personalized, serialized Demon Crate with the buyers name, VIN, and serial number. The crate contains narrow front runner aluminum drag wheels for the track, performance parts, tools, jackseverything you need once you reach the track in a foam case that fits into the trunk and holds everything in place. Parts include a powertrain control module to switch to high-octane gas, a switch module with a big, round button to push to switch gas and remap the engine, an air filter, tools, and a tire pressure gauge. Its 50-state emissions compliant, meets all regulations, and has a three-year/36,000-mile vehicle warranty and five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty. Buyer to verify all equipment stated for accuracy before purchase. Second key, floor mats, and owners manual may not be available on all pre-owned vehicles. Not responsible for typos.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.8Out of 5
  • The most awesome car in my 40 years of driving.

    By Brian on Saturday, October 19, 2013

    5.0
    My 2014 Challenger R/T is a great combination of looks, performance, features, and comfort. The retro exterior styling was a must for me. The performance was nearly a must and it does not disappoint. The modern features are wonderful. The car is very comfortable (and fun) to drive.
  • 2008 SRT8 - Get in and hold on

    By Jobin on Thursday, April 29, 2010

    5.0
    I really love this car - it's a head turner. I bought mine used with 1200 miles, saving over $11k in the process (due mainly to public demand and the subsequent dealer mark-up). I'm happy to see that since buying last July (2009) that I am still well in the black on this car. I have modded mine but maintained every little part (down to valve caps and bulbs) so that a future purist may easily return this numbered first edition car to factory stock. I agree with some of the reviews here that the Ram's heads do not belong on the car (made for the trucks IMHO) and I have replaced all mine with nostalgic Challenger logos (except for the steering wheel - haven't quite figured out how to get around that one with the airbag). The interior was kind of bland but (additional) carbon fiber and some well placed billet accents have brought it to life. The trunk is MASSIVE. The only negative things I could say about the car are: (1) The huge blind spot created by the large C pillars - I can deal with this though because I feel that the C pillars are necessary for that nostalgic look and you get used to it. (2) The body has minor factory blemishes that could've been worked out better. (3) Many of the mods I made should've been factory options or standard - this really isn't a bad thing as they make my car unique amongst 3rd gen Challengers. (4) Too many of these became trailer queens - get out and drive the car fools!! Other than that, Dodge has nailed it! You Camaro owners can continue to eat your hearts out! (I'd say the same for the Mustang but it is the only Ford I am fond of - remember, the Challenger and Camaro went away for many years, the Mustang simply evolved). I could go on forever but go test drive one, you'll see.
  • My favorite vehicle Ive ever owned

    By Ridgeback on Saturday, October 14, 2017

    5.0
    Ive owned nothing but Ford products my entire life, I have owned 3 Mustangs and decided to make the jump to a more roomy Muscle car style vehicle. I thought I was going to compromise the performance by going with a roomier and heavier car.....I was wrong. My Scat Pack Challenger is everything I could ever want. Lots of attention, beautiful car, very comfortable, sounds incredible and has extremely good performance. I wont buy another 2 door coupe out there if this car is available. I just wish I had bought the Hellcat model. Other than that....my favorite vehicle ive ever owned. I love it!!

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